In April 1912, after colliding with an iceberg, the RMS Titanic sunk into the North Atlantic Ocean, in one of the most notorious disasters in world history.
A new scientific expedition is about the explore one of the most distant and dangerous archeological sites on earth. Located four kilometres below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, new advances in marine technology are about to shed a light on one of the most alluring wrecks in our history.
This special one-hour programme documents an unprecedented expedition, duding which a section of the Titanic’s hull is raised, briefly, before returning to the ocean floor.
Created & produced by Discovery Channel.
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